Bloomingdale’s 59th Street store gave customers a chance to start the year on a healthy note by hosting a morning yoga class with Hilaria Baldwin, co-founder of Yoga Vida and author of “The Living Clearly Method,” on Jan. 28.
We’re not sure about you, but we may have overindulged in all of that delicious, warm, comfort food from Thanksgiving and holiday parties. 2017 is here and your favorite chefs from Macy’s Culinary Council are back to share more inspiring recipes – but this time, it’s all about healthy living and clean eating for the New Year.
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women, after lung cancer. Early detection can save your life.
Macy’s Credit and Customer Services (MCCS) was honored with the Fit-Friendly Worksite Gold Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for its culture of well-being. MCCS has an on-site health coach, HIGI blood pressure machines, a walking club, ongoing employee resource group activities, and the list goes on and on!
Each spring, Cincinnati Central associates lace up their walking shoes and prepare for the annual Walk for the Cure Pedometer Challenge, created to increase diabetes awareness and inspire fitness.
Whether you’re a dedicated brown-bagger or a busy parent with school-age children, you know there’s an art to packing lunch. If you’re hungry for ideas beyond the traditional sandwich, chips, cookies and soda, read on to learn how you can liven up the lunch bag with healthy choices.
Anyone can run! It’s a great way to get and stay fit because you don’t need a gym or equipment, just a good pair of shoes.
GUEST WRITER: Sue McMahon, GVP/Store Communication
Our Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s associates around the country are full of innovative ideas to live healthier lives. Read on and prepare to be inspired!